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Unread 31st January 2014, 04:20 AM   #1
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Default Twice Confirmed Traffic Reviews

There is a new product out by the name twice confirmed traffic. Has anyone here used it. Do we have an honest reviews on its conversion as claimed on the website Their site is twiceconfirmedtraffic.com

I will love to have some reviews from the house here
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Unread 21st February 2014, 04:51 AM   #2
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I gave it a try against my better judgement - simply because one of the trending Clickbank products in their "Confirmation Bay" was one I previously battled to sell.

This looks a beefed up version of the Submissionworks con. Their aggressive affiliate payout plan encourages people to promote it like crazy. The big difference here is the Confirmation Bay, where supposedly members add details of the products that are selling with their paid traffic, so that everyone knows what is currently working.

Anyway, I tracked my links, and so far these are my results:
  • Only 39% of the hits are unique hits so far
  • All hits are coming from a site called hitserver.com - not muliple sources as claimed on the sales page
  • So far not a single action on any of my pages, including the Clickbank one that is currently rising up the ranks inside the Twice Confirmed Traffic website as "confirmed" for making sales

Other points to consider is the fact they never reveal where you actually purchase your traffic from, and there is a no refund policy.

If it really worked that well as their affiliates are claiming, why are they making so much effort to promote it? If it was me, and I was getting sales like that, I would be spending all my time testing & trying out new affiliate links. And why would I confirm my sales on their website and add to my competition?

In conclusion, Twice Confirmed Traffic is a scam, it does not work and I am annoyed at myself for even trying it when I should have known better.
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Unread 21st February 2014, 09:02 AM   #3
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Thanks for your honest review I saw that e-mail also and I was really skeptical after I read the sales page and I smell a scam 2 miles away so I stayed away. They do however have a refund policy but guess what it is only good for 24hrs you can find it in the terms of agreement I will recommend that people use good judgement and run as fast and as far as you can I have already done that.
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Unread 21st February 2014, 09:45 AM   #4
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Default Re: Twice Confirmed Traffic Reviews

So someone who works for this company (Quite possibly the owner) emailed me informing me he had been sending people to an Empower Network review on my site. He claimed a lot of people had been asking where the best place was to send their traffic, so he would direct them to a review post I made which talks about the service.

I actually left my review live but have since wanted nothing to do with EN (I really despise most of the marketers who are involved in it and I am no longer a member) They asked me to send some of my members their way in exchange for a $20 credit in their system.

I signed up for free but didnít bother using the system, the guy gave me $20 in credit but it costs $30 to do anything.. figured Iíd post since I had some communication with someone there.. just canít speak for the service.
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Unread 20th April 2014, 12:25 PM   #5
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I have purchased and used Twice Confirmed Traffic, and my experience was not as rewarding as most people claim they have. I recieved traffic but no sales. I only recieved referrals for "FeederMatrix" which is a free to join signup, but those signups are deleted after 3 days if they are non-paying, . As far as monetary gain ( in the lease ) there wasn't any, so I cancelled the paid subscription and I am now a free member. I have found a similar product, that produces absolutely more clicks, and you can also join for free. You will notice clicks, and then they will set up the software and confirm that they have optimized it for traffic. The traffic rate doubles or triples. I am seeing really good traffic at JVzoo, with this other platform. As a free member of "Twice Confirmed" I am just as happy as being a paid member, because the results are the same. The other software produces more traffic and more unique hits.
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Unread 20th April 2014, 01:07 PM   #6
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What is the other free traffic source?
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Unread 28th April 2014, 08:52 PM   #7
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It is an utterly obvious scam and fraudulent service - we have the proof.

We have just tested them and wrote 2 detailed blog post about how you can easily find out about companies like them - if you are using an anti fraud click script you can find out within a day what they are doing.
It is bloody obvious what they do - sending out fake repeating traffic though shady sources that are anything but automated clicks, no visitors.

Coming from "hitsserver.com"


some screenshots:

http://www.stopinternetfailures.com/...ffic-scam2.jpg

http://www.stopinternetfailures.com/...ffic-scam1.jpg





We caught them sending just repeating clicks from the same IP address
in order to make it look like real traffic is being sent, which is of course
not the case.

If you want to read the whole story you can read our blog post
How to find out if someone sends out fake traffic to your offers

I also highly suspect that those people posting positive reviews here are
as fake as their "live interactive community" in their members area
where you can't contact with anyone for real

http://www.stopinternetfailures.com/...ecommunity.jpg

I hope this helps to avoid those guys and similar people like them.

In our private blog post we even show you how we got them to refund
us even they have a paragraph in their "Terms of Service" stating that
you can only ask for a refund within 24 hours after you are signing up
with them (which is against all consumer laws out there!).

We do not want to put too much attention on this company and rather on the process of monitoring all your advertising efforts with such easy and affordable anti click fraud scripts.

Hope this helps you guys!
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Unread 29th April 2014, 12:41 PM   #8
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I signed up for a month as well. None of my posts in the "community" area were ever approved, mainly because I asked direct questions on where the traffic is coming from, but I gave it a shot and tested my clicks using Prettylink, and every single "click" was showing from Hitserver. After no optins or sales I decided to cancel my subscription, and I was not surprised to learn that there was no mention of how to cancel on the website or in the members area, and in order to cancel I had to send in a support ticket. They replied with something or other about a $20 credit. The stats from PrettyLink show the referrer URL and I found it to be a rotator link. I am guessing these "clicks" are all popups or popunders. As mentioned above, I should have known better from a couple of yrs ago when I was duped with TrafficBotX lol
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Unread 13th May 2014, 12:10 AM   #9
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Default Re: Twice Confirmed Traffic Reviews

I've been signed up to TCT for 5 weeks so I thought I would chime in here on MY personal experience with these guys.

I am promoting 5 programs with them at varying price points: Google Sniper, Shoe In Money System, Affilorama, Get Cash For Surveys, Venus Factor. My results so far: Roughly $150 profit (after program fee costs)

I am only advertising my sites with TCT right now so because of that, I'm pretty sure my sales came from them. I messaged their support asking about IP's and they told me their hits are distributed through frames, whatever that means lol, but frankly I don't really care how or where they get their traffic, as long as it makes me money.

It's good to see people sharing their experiences with this product here. I see a good mix of reviews which is par for the course I suppose, considering people have all sorts of websites they're trying to push with all sorts of expectations.

One thing I find a little funny though is when someone finds fault with something in a review only to offer their own product at the end haha. Kinda sneaky :rolleyes:
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I gave it a try against my better judgement - simply because one of the trending Clickbank products in their "Confirmation Bay" was one I previously battled to sell.

This looks a beefed up version of the Submissionworks con. Their aggressive affiliate payout plan encourages people to promote it like crazy. The big difference here is the Confirmation Bay, where supposedly members add details of the products that are selling with their paid traffic, so that everyone knows what is currently working.

Anyway, I tracked my links, and so far these are my results:
  • Only 39% of the hits are unique hits so far
  • All hits are coming from a site called hitserver.com - not muliple sources as claimed on the sales page
  • So far not a single action on any of my pages, including the Clickbank one that is currently rising up the ranks inside the Twice Confirmed Traffic website as "confirmed" for making sales

Other points to consider is the fact they never reveal where you actually purchase your traffic from, and there is a no refund policy.

If it really worked that well as their affiliates are claiming, why are they making so much effort to promote it? If it was me, and I was getting sales like that, I would be spending all my time testing & trying out new affiliate links. And why would I confirm my sales on their website and add to my competition?

In conclusion, Twice Confirmed Traffic is a scam, it does not work and I am annoyed at myself for even trying it when I should have known better.
Thank you for sharing this post, You have just saved me a lot of money. Thank you again :-)
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Default Re: Twice Confirmed Traffic Reviews

I joined this program about 2 weeks ago and have been tracking my clicks with ClickMeter.

Only about 20% of the clicks are Unique.

So I thought I'd let you know that FYI.

Definitely a waste of money in my opinion.

I am cancelling my account with them asap.
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